It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see. Henry David Thoreau
Just what I needed on this cold,wet, blustery Melbourne day. Where every window reveals more mono-chromatic grey. Thankyou for your touch of red.I think tomato soup and warm crusty bread can carry on your theme for my lunch.Love Belinda xx
Red soup - sounds good - now there's something to blog. Recipe please! F xx
Loved your pictures, reminded me of watching most of these scenes in Aerobics Oz Style videos that I made of their workouts in the outdoors, through the TV Channel that used to air it regularly for almost 15 years . I always wanted to visit Australia, I don't know when my wish would be granted.Please can you remove the word identification, it would really be appreciated by all your friends.
Thank you Rama - I hope your wish is granted soon! Have removed the identification! Have a great weekend. Francesca
Beautiful winter reds...Costas
Thank you Costas - have a wonderful week in the Greek sunshine. F
Francesca, you made my heart sing this morning looking at your fine collection of ROUGE!!!! :) Thank you for the mention and the link. Bon weekend,V
Thank you V - always an inspiration. Enjoy your week. F x
Such wonderful reds!So glad you liked my Morocco blog!
Thank you - have a good week. F
Such magical photographs!! Thanks for visiting and leading me here!
Thank you - have a great week. F
Wonderful pictures. Thank you for this journey. First one is indeed amazing. Please have a good weekend ahead.
Thank you Robert - like all things in photography, it's about being in the right place at the right time! Have a good week. F
Your pictures have really made me smile: such eclecticism and eccentricity but with a red thread tying them all together. It has been such a pleasure to sample Sydney in winter.Anna
Any time Anna - always a good thing to make one smile. Have a good day. F
I love this idea: hunting red through town allows to show many different subjects. I love the benches (I have a blog about benches), and this strange bride waiting in front of the phone!..Hard to imagine you're in winter while summer and heat are arriving here...
Malyss - I love what I call "chairs in the landscape" ! The bride was actually shutting her new husband in the phone box - you can just see his face! Whimsical to say the least. F
Lovely pictures, Francesca! ☼☼☼(How did you find a bride by that telephone booth?!!)
Eva the bride was posing for photos - her husband is in the phone booth!! A very funny set up and much hilarity all around. She looked stunning too! F
Gorgeous images of Sydney in all her glory...and love the touches of Red. x
Thank you Lisa - despite the lack of sun it was a stunning day! F xx
My heart skipped a beat when I saw the Sydney ferry pics, I love riding the ferry across to my sisters......beautiful series and what an inspiration Virginia she is fantastic!!Carla x
Carla it is the only way to travel in Sydney - stunning no matter the weather. A huge thanks to Virginia - I now see red everywhere! F xx
Love the pic of the bride...this is so cool !! :-)
Thank you Lala - she was holding the door shut - her husband is inside the booth. Have a lovely weekend.
Great shots. Sydney - City and Suburbs
Thank you Jim - keep dry this weekend!
I love reading your comments - so please feel free to add something. Thank you! F x